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This will provide for the enforcement of mediated settlement agreements across country borders. It is being seen as the counterpart to the New York Arbitration Convention.
Governance of the high seas – important marine conservation treaty being negotiated with very little fanfare
With remarkably little press coverage a UN facilitated conference is underway with a view to producing a new treaty governing various uses of the high seas. The eventual aim is for the states involved to agree the wording of a treaty governing the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction (i.e. the high seas).
This was an appeal from the decision of an arbitration tribunal concerning the proper interpretation of the payment obligations under the BIMCO SupplyTime 2017 Charter Party for Offshore Support Vessels.
Myton Law held a free prize draw during the three day Multimodal exhibition at the NEC in June.
We gave away a Hornby freight train set to lucky winner...
Amy Jackson and Jessica Mackenzie have joined Myton Law.
Deliberately started fires and the Hague-Visby Rules: Glencore Energy UK Ltd, Glencore Ltd v Freeport Holdings Ltd, The ‘Lady M’
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the fire exception in the Hague-Visby rules applies even in circumstances where the fire was deliberately started by a crew member.
Passage planning – an incident of unseaworthiness or if done badly an example of negligent navigation?
Myton Law recently acted for cargo owner and their insurers in an arbitration in which this was an issue. At the time there was no precedent.
As might be apparent, implied terms are terms that have not been expressly agreed by the parties, the latter being stated in the contract.
In the recent case Globalink Transportation and Logistics Worldwide LLP v DHL Project & Chartering Limited  EWHC 255 (Comm) the Commercial Court has further defined the limits of the common-law rule against set-off from freight.